Stella Artois is thrilled to announce that Perth will be the next city to play host to the global initiative; ‘Stella Artois Sensorium’, marking the third stop on the national culinary tour. This multi-sensorial, multi-course dining experience features food and beer pairings and is inspired by the spectrum of flavours in the renowned Stella Artois beer.
The inspiration for Stella Artois’ Sensorium began with the brand’s iconic glass chalice, which was designed to enhance consumers’ senses as they sip the Belgian-style lager.
To bring the Perth Sensorium to life, Stella Artois have enlisted Adam D’Sylva from Melbourne’s renowned Coda and Tonka restaurants to provide guests with a special menu, one which disregards traditional dining principles in favour of an immersive journey. Adam’s vision was developed with Stella Artois in mind and designed to showcase its versatility as a compliment to a full spectrum of different flavours.
CUB Brand Director for Stella Artois, Brian Phan says, “Following the recent success of the Stella Artois Sensorium in both Sydney and Melbourne we’re excited to bring this experience to the people of Perth. For the first time we will host the Sensorium experience in some of our partner venues as well as open up the opportunity for the public to attend. Adam D’Sylva is the Executive Chef at two of Melbourne’s most iconic restaurants – we can’t wait for Adam to showcase what he has in store for Perth.”
The Sydney Stella Artois Sensorium was in collaboration with Shannon Bennett – see a video clip here.
Set to take place at two of Stella Artois’ ‘Spiritual Homes,’ The Brisbane and The Cottesloe Beach Hotel, Stella Artois will transform both venues each for one night only – Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th October.
The Stella Artois Sensorium will host key Perth lifestyle media, Stella Artois customers and as an Australian first, open the doors to the general public.
STELLA ARTOIS PERTH SENSORIUM SERIES
The Brisbane Hotel Wednesday 11th October, 2017 from 6.30pm Tickets: $95 per head and available through EventBrite.
The Cottesloe Beach Hotel Thursday 12th October, 2017 from 6.30pm Tickets: $95 per head, email [email protected] to book